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        Gründliches Lexicon Mythologicum,

      . Worinne so wohl die fabelhafte, als wahrscheinliche und eigentliche Historie derer alten und bekannten Römischen, Griechischen und Egyptischen Götter und Göttinnen, wie auch Helden und Heldinnen, seltsamen Wunder-Thiere, merckwürdigen Flüsse, Brunnen, Berge und dergleichen zur Mythologie, oder so genannten Historia Poetica gehörigen Dinge,... Leipzig: J.F. Gleditschen 1724. With engr. frontisp. (Mentzel sc.) & XXXI tables. (28) pp. + 1972 columns. Contp. vellum with caligraphed title on spine. Name cut out on upper flyleaf. * First edition..

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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        Des vortrefflichen Florentinischen Mahlers Lionardo da Vinci höchst-nützlicher Tractat von der Mahlerey. Aus dem Ital. u. Franz. in das Teutsche übers. ... und mit dem beygefügten Leben des Auctoris zum Druck befördert von J.G. Böhm.

      Nürnberg, Weigel, 1724.. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz-Portrait, 28 Kupfertafeln und 29 Textholzschnitten, Titel, 11 Blatt, 200 Seiten, 4 Blatt. 4 23 x 17 cm. Pergament der Zeit (leicht . ausgebunden).. Erste deutsche Ausgabe. - Verga 8 - Steinitz 168 - Brunet V, 1258 - Die Kupfer mit figürlichen Szenen und Gruppen sowie Stadtansichten und Landschaften. 1 Textholzschnitt nach dem Gemälde "Mona Lisa". Gutes Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Mertens & Pomplun GbR (Versa]
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        Recueil de voyages au nord, contenant divers memoires tres utiles au commerce & a la navigation.

      Amsterdam, Bernard, 1724-1732.. Bände 1-8 (von 10). 16,5 x 10 cm. Mit 2 gestochenen Frontispizes, 4 gestochenen Titelvignetten, 22 (18 gefalteten) gestochenen Tafeln und 12 gefalteten gestochenen Karten. Lederbände der Zeit mit rotem Rückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung.. Umfangreiches Teilstück der seltenen Reihe in verschiedenen Auflagen. - Bände I-IV: 1731-32, Nouvelle edition. Band V: 1724. Band VI: 1729, Troisieme edition. Band VII: 1725. Band VIII: 1727. - leicht berieben, 2 Rücken mit kleinen Wurmgängen. - Einheitlich und sehr dekorativ gebunden. Vols. 1-8 (of 10). With 2 engr. frontispieces, 4 engr. title-vignettes, 22 (18 fold.) engr. plates, 12 fold. engr. maps. Contemp. full calf with red label, richly gilt (slightly rubbed, 2 spines with small wormholes). - Uniformely and decoratively bound.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Manfred Nosbüsch]
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        Erläuterung und Verbesserung der bisherigen Process- und Gerichts-Ordnung. Nebst einem Anhange von dem Processu Summario, Executivo, Cambiali und Possessorio, auch beygefügten unterschiedenen Mandaten und Ordnungen. Dresden, Krauß u. Harpeter 1724. Kl.4°. 8 Bl., 312, 206 S., 4 Bl. - Angebunden: Register über die Chrf. Sächsische Erläuterte Prozess-Ordnung.Ebda. (1724). 40 Bl. - Ders. Tax-Ordnung, Wornach hinführo die Sportuln und Gerichts- auch Advocaten-Gebühren gefordert u. bezahlet werden sollen.Ebda. 1724. 8 Bl., 40 S. - Index über.Tax-Ordnung.Ebda. 1724. Tit., 30 S. Prgt. d. Zt.

      - Die verbesserte Sächsischen Prozeßordnung von 1724 ist die Bedeutendste deutsche Zivilprozessordnung im 18. Jahrhudnert. Mit ausführlichen Erläuterungen zu jedem Artikel.- (Zu dieser wichtigen Ausgabe vgl. ausführlich: J. Chr. Schwartz, 400 Jahre deutscher Civilprozeß-Gebung S. 164-74). - Durchgeh. papierbedingt gebräunt, tls. stockfleckig

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller]
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        Epistles, odes, &c. Written on several subjects. With a translation of Longinus's treatise on the sublime

      London: printed for J. Walthoe;, 1724-01-01. Leather Bound. Acceptable. Epistles, odes, &c. Written on several subjects. With a translation of Longinus's treatise on the sublime. . . . To which is prefix'd, a dissertation concerning the perfection of the English language, the state of poetry, &c.\r\n\r\nFive raised bands, but only three of the compartments are still complete. The binding is holding, but barely. Full leather. Name of "John Coddington" on the title page. Scattered foxing, not at all severe. Almost 8" tall. 255pp. Bookplate. Pages 125-130 excised. Some minor marginalia. Foxon, p. 677

      [Bookseller: Books Renewed]
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        Bishop Burnet's History Of His Own Time, 2 Volumes

      Thomas ward/Joseph downing/Henry Woodfall, London, 1724, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good-, Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine, 1st EditionSize: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall, The restoration looks superb to my untutored eye. The books measure 14" x 9", collation is folio. The previous owners notes read , "1/2 morocco." The style is spine and tips(diagonally) done in leather, balance in marbled green/tan paper, pastedowns and endsheets are heavy cream tone stock. Printing data on volume 1 "Printed for Thomas Ward in the Inner-Temple lane-1724." the collector has penciled, on the first pastedown, "2 vols, first edition, RCTY" (sic). Book commences with title page, verso blank, 1 page advertisement to reader, verso blank, 5 leaves(10pages) of subscriber names, followed by a TOC numbered from 827 to 836. Following this the actual text begins at page 1 with a 4 page preface followed by text numbered to 826. After this 10 leaves(20 pages) of index, last of which is a "Proposal" advertisement. Reviewing the text for flaws beyond the customary waviness and age darkening, some light staining of text upper areas is noted at 1st page of TOC, some smudge elsewhere noted, no noting in text seen (excepting old owner name under title title page) wonderfully legible, no dog ear seen.Volume 2 printing data, "Printed for the editor by Joseph Downing in Bartholomew-Close and Henry Woodfall in the Strand-1734." After replaced endsheets, title page, Verso has penned note "The original manuscript of both volumes of this history will be deposited in the Cotton library by T. Burnet" boxed in double red lines. After this come a 10 leaf(20 page) subscriber list. Following comes TOC of the 2nd volume numbered 729 to 740. Actual text commences running page 1 (no number) thru 764 pages including a long index.Reviewing the text, the first 40 pages or so have large but mild ancient stain at upper area. The entirity of the upper text is also affected, same, but more mildly so. This darkens again at the end of the work. A similar stain affects the lower back pages. Also the piece has more fleck, smudge and corrected dog era than its brother, yet, spendid in its considerable age. Both items text edges have much edge darkening but a clean, unsmudged appearance.Looking at the exteriors they seem fine, excepting volume one which has 2 tiny imperfections where the paper meets the spine leather. one is a tiny chip out, pencil eraser size, and a tiny upper area ripple. Volume II has variegation of leather color on spine, suspect this is as the leather/cow was made.Books will weigh around 18 lbs for shipping, we will pay 1/2 of domestic media mail shipping and provide insurance and delivery confirmation at our expense, as we do with all expensive items. Overseas shipping by arrangement, Book

      [Bookseller: Brass Dolphin Books]
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        Obras de la Gloriosa Madre Santa Teresa de Iesus

      Barcelona 1724 - 4º (20 cm.) 4 vols. 15 h. 466 p., 6h. = 4 h. 489 p. 35 h. = 19 h. 568 p. 15 h. = 4h. 433 p. 2 h. Barcelona : en la imprenta de los padres Carmelitas Descalços, [s.a.] Fecha tomada de fe de erratas, 1724. Encuadernación de los dos primeros volumenes restaurada. Buen estado. Revisado completo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le droit de la guerre et de la paix / Par Hugo Grotius. Nouvelle traduction, par Jean Barbeyrac, ... Avec les notes de l'auteur meme, qui n'avoient point encore paru en francois; & de nouvelles notes du traducteur. ...

      A Amsterdam : Chez Pierre de Coup, MDCCXXIV. [1724], 1724, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, 1st Edition in this formScattered, marginal foxing. Finely and sumptuously bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt. Spine compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 1001 pages; Notes; Title page printed in red and black; with engraved vignette. With engraved portrait frontispiece. Subjects; International law - Early works to 1800. Maritime law - Early works to 1800. Freedom of the seas - Early works to 1800. War (International law) - Early works to 1800. Other names; Barbeyrac, Jean, 1674-1744. Translation of De jure belli ac pacis libri tres.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        THE RELIGIOUS PHILOSOPHER: Or The Right Use Of Contemplating The WORKS OF THE CREATOR. I. In the wonderful Structure Of Animal Bodies, and in particular Man, II. In the no less wonderful and wise Formation of the ELEMENTS. and in their various Effects upon Animal and Vegetable Bodies. And, III. In the most amazing Structure of the Heavens, with all its Furniture. Designed For The Conviction Of Atheists and Infidels.

      London: J. Senex, E. Taylor, W. and J. Innys and J Osborne, 1724. - Third edition, 2 volumes, 4to., pp.(ii),vi,(xxviii),xxix,234; (ii),235-585, 29 folding plates, full contemporary marbled calf, 5 raised bands, gilt rules and borders, contrasting label, expertly rebacked with original spines preserved; spines darkened, label to volume 1 missing, light wear to extremities and boards, contents crisp and clean, a very good set. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Minster Gate Bookshop (est. 1970)]
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        Commentarius in Librum Prophetiarum Jesaiae, Sensus orationes Ejus sedulo investigatur, in veras Visorum interpretandorum Hypotheses inquiritur, & ex facta Interpretatio antiquae Historiae Monumentis confirmatur atque illustratur: Cum Prolegomenis. Pars Prior. Insertae sunt Operi Notitiae Gentium Exerarum, Babyloniorum, Philistaeorum, Moabitarum, Syrorum Damascenorum, Aegyptiorum, Arabum Cuschaeorum, & Tyriorum: Et Tabula Topographica antiquae Moabitidis, ad Prophetiam de hac Gente, Capitibus XV & XVI comprehensam, rectius intelligendam, concinnata. Editio Nova, Prioribus accuratior. Praemittitur Laudatio Funebris, In memoriam Cl. Auctoris habita a Viro Celeb. Alberto Schultens, Ling. Orient. Professore.

      Leeuwarden, Henricus Halma 1724. Complete 2 volumes, (2, 20) 710 (2), 958 (55) p. Contemporary Vellum, Folio (spine vol.2 repaired).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo]
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        L'Amerique Septentrionale / L'Amerique Meridonale

      Pierre Mortier, Amsterdam 1724 - Two seperat map sheets., Size : 450x585 (mm), 17.75x23 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring Very Good, minor browning along the upper portion of the central fold.

      [Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books]
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      Paris la Compagnie des Libraires 1724 - , 2 t. en 1 vol. in-4, pl. veau brun de l’époque, dos à nerfs orné, tr. rouges, roulette sur les coupes, bandeaux, lettrines, culs-de-lampe, ex-libris manuscrit, (reliure en état très médiocre, cuir craquelé, deuxième plat déformé, manques aux coiffes, mors fendus, coins émoussés avec petits manques, importantes mouillures, rousseurs), (5 f.)-343p. + Table - ( 4 f.)-230p. + Table.

      [Bookseller: La Memoire du Droit]
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        Historische Nachricht von den alten Einwohnern in Pommern, auch von dero Religion und Bekehrung, insonderheit aber von der St. Petri und Pauli Kirche in Alten-Stettin welche Bischoff Otto von Bamberg Anno II 24. bauen lassen. - Mit eingebunden: Beytrag zur Pommerschen Historie. Mehrentheils aus geschriebenen Urkunden und Jahr-Büchern zusammen getragen von Francsisci Wokenii. 1732./

      Stettin. Gottfried Conradi.1724.. Erste Auflage. 2 Bücher in 1 Bd. 21 x 17 cm. 157 S., 5 Bll., 264 S. Original Halbpergamenteinband mit marm. Vorder- und Hinterdeckel mit marm. Buchschnitt. Leichte Gebrauchsspuren. Etw. bestoß. Zwei Ecken etw. beschädigt.. Christian Zickermann (27. Dezember 1672 in Wollin (Pommern) - Mai 1726) war ein deutscher evangelischer Pfarrer und Geschichtsforscher. Er schrieb über die Geschichte Pommerns. Zickermann wurde 1672 in der Stadt Wollin in Pommern als Sohn eines Schusters geboren. Er besuchte das Stettiner Regium Gymnasium Carolinum und studierte an der Universität Rostock, der Universität Frankfurt an der Oder und der Universität Greifswald. Anschließend arbeitete er als Hauslehrer in adligen Familien, dann als Feldprediger in dem Regiment Graf Mellin. Als Feldprediger erlebte Zickermann im Jahre 1713 die Belagerung Stettins, das damals zu Schwedisch-Pommern gehörte, durch russische Truppen. Die am 28. September 1713 erfolgte, achtstündige Beschließung der Stadt beschreibt er so: " Es war, als ob Himmel und Erde vergehen wollten, und viele, die auswärts gedient und die größten Belagerungen und Bombardements mitgemacht hatten, vesicherten, so etwas nie gehört zu haben ". Im Jahre 1714 wurde Zickermann zum Pastor an der Stettiner Peter-Paulskirche berufen. Im gleichen Jahr heiratete er; aus der Ehe gingen zwei Söhne und fünf Töchter hervor. Zickermann starb im mai 1726. Zum 600. Jahrestag der Gründung der Stettiner Peter-Paulskirche durch Otto von Bamberg veröffentlichte Zickerkmann ein Buch über die Bekehrung Pommerns und die Geschichte der Peter-Paulskirche. Dieses bekannteste Werk Zickermanns ist nach den Urteil des Historikers Gottfried von Bülow aus dem Jahre 1900 " auch heute noch brauchbar ". (Quelle Wikipedia.; - Mit 1 hübschen Kupfertafel als Frontispiz (zeigt den Eigentlicher Abriss der St. Petri und Pauli Kirchen zu Alten Stettin), 1 Kupfertafel (Triglaff), 1 Kupfertafel (Schwantewith) und 1 gefalt. Genealogie derer Herren von Mannteuffel. - Papier wenig gebräunt, die letzten Seiten wenig fleckig, sonst sehr sauberes Exemplar. 2 Bücher in 1 Bd.

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        Delle Novelle Di Franco Sacchetti (2 Volumes in one)

      Firenze (Florence), 1724. Three Quarters Vellum. Fine. Book. (8) + 49 + 240 + 230 + (18) pp. Collection of 258 stories from Medieval Italy. Stories vary from being mere anecdotes, jokes, arguments and rebuttals, playlets to short stories along the lines of Boccaccio, who was roughly his contemporary (about 15 years older). De Sanctis, the seminal critic of Italian literature, considered Sacchetti "the true echo of his time," which was not necessarily meant as flattery. The contemporary vellum and red title label on the spine have minor soilage. The binding is tight, and the leaves generally clean, with minimal soilage. Overall, near fine or fine.

      [Bookseller: White Fox Rare Books and Antiques ]
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      1724 - [ALBERMARLE, George Monck, Duke of]. THE LIFE OF GENERAL MONK: DUKE OF ALBERMARLE, containing, I. A faithful account of his unparalledl'd conduct, surprizing actions, and providential success in accomplishing the restoration of monarchy. II. A particular relation of that most memorable march from Coldstream to London; the preparations for it in Scotland, and the happy consequences of it in England. III. Many mistakes committed by our historians, (particularly the Earl of Clarendon) concerning the General's administration, rectified. Publish'ed from an original manuscript of Thomas Skinner. M.D. With a preface in vindication of General Monk's conduct and giving some account of the manuscript. By William Webster. London: Printed for J. Graves . J. Isted and J. Hooke, 1724. The second edition, corrected. Frontispiece portrait. Octavo. [10],lxvii [i.e. xlvii],385,[7] pp. Some pagination errors, but complete. (ESTC t113801). Bound with: GRANVILLE, John. TWO ORIGINAL JOURNALS OF SIR RICHARD GRANVILLE. Viz. I. A journal of the expedition to Cadiz in Spain, Anno 1625. With the charged delivered by the Earl of Essex, and nine other colonels, against the Viscount Wimbledon, general of that voyage. With his answer, containing a full relation of the defeat thereof. II. A journal of the expedition to the Isle of Rhee in France, Anno 1627. Containing an account of the most material passages, happening at, and after our landing there. London: Printed for John Clarke, 1724. First edition ("Now first published from their respective manuscripts"). Octavo. xiv,[2]56,[2],25 pp. (CBEL I, 771). Two titles bound as one. 19.7 cm. Worn contemporary calf boards skillfully rebacked (probably 19th c.) with a red lettering piece. Ink ownership on ffep. only partially readable due to a 1.5 cm hole. Clean texts. Sound and very good overall.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company, inc.o ABAA]
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        A Display of Heraldry. The Sixth Edition, Improv'd with Large Additions of many hundred Coats of Arms . To which is added, A Treatise of Honour Military and Civil .

      London, Printed by T. W. For R. and J. Bonwicke and R. Wilkin . MDCCXXIV (1724). - Folio, 460,[4] + 275,[1]58, 24,22pp with an additional leaf 65/66, frontispiece, 17 portraits & 48 plates of Arms, complete with text well illustrated throughout, contents very good & fresh with good margins, contemporary full panelled calf, gilt at sometime rebacked (endpaper note in pencil suggests a Durham binding), spine gilt lettered to green leather label, thick raised bands gilt ruled with gilt motifs in panels, a tall copy, binding worn & rubbed at edges, with some loss to lower edge of rear cover, front hinge with 3" split at bottom joint, otherwise very good and handsome. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Offas Dyke Books]
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        An Account of the New Method of Extinguishing Fires by Explosion and Suffocation. Introduced by Ambrose Godfrey of Covent-Garden, Chymist. Wherin a Description is given of several Machines and their Uses, together with plain and sufficent Directions for the proper Application of them.By the Introducer

      London: Printed in the Year, 1724 - (FIREFIGHTING) First edition. 8vo. One Engraved headpiece of house on fire. Modern marbled boards [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Nova Anglia Septentrionali Americae implantata.

      Nuremberg 1724 - Fine original wash color; a crease, few faint stains, else excellent. An excellent, original-colored example of one of the few collectible maps of the Northeast of the early 18th century. This attractive work is an interesting blend of older, Dutch sources and more recent English ones. The map shows that as the number of English settlements increased in the area, Native American tribal names are notably less plentiful than on Dutch maps of the previous century. Nonetheless, the attractive cartouche shows a European bartering with an Indian for an animal pelt, one of the mainstays of the early New England economy. The cartouche also reveals what the European was offering for trade, including beads, a barrel (presumably filled with liquor), guns, hatchets, tools, and textiles. The cartography of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket is still quite distorted, but the coast of Maine is well detailed. Curiously, the map shows a strait in Cape Cod connecting Cape Cod Bay and Nantucket Sound in the area of Eastham and Wellfleet. Historical accounts and early maps and charts indicate that there existed a water passage in this area from the mid-17th to the first part of the 18th century. New Jersey is divided into East and West Jersey on the map. McKorkle, B. New England in Early Printed Maps, Map 724.1.

      [Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc]
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        Series Chronologica Patriarcharum, Ducu, Judicu, Regu, Pontificum, Postreorunque Regu Populi Hebraici Ab Adam usque ad Agrippam Iuniorem eorum gesta breviter complectens cum suis Iconibus, Chronologico ordine, exposita Serenissimo Principi Francisco Farnesio Parmae Duci &c Dicata a Bartholomeo Gaio

      Roma: Superiorum permissu, 1724. First Edition. Vellum. Near Fine. Scarce, with only two copies located on OCLC (at the Jewish Theological Seminary and the American Jewish University). 4to. Title, allegorical/dedicatory plate, intro (3 pp., text only on rectos), 113 plates (112 of which feature biblical figures or personages from the classical world), index, one page chronology from creation of world, title (for chronology on Ptolemaic rules of Egypt, intro (2 leaves), 15 plates with intaglio/numimatic illustrations of these rulers, index. Not in Brunet or Graesse. Contemporary vellum darkened around edges, and mild soiling, minor dings, elsewhere. Still exudes a freshness. Light scattered soiling within, and light toning. Generally leaves are clean and bright.

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        [Three works in one volume]: The Modern Quack, or Medicinal Imposter (1724); De Morbo Gallico, A Treatise of the French Disease, publish'd above 200 years past by Sir Ulrich Hutten, Kt. (1730); The Force of the Mother's Imagination upon her Foetus in Utero, Still farther considered...(1730)

      London: Thomas Warner; John Clarke; J. Walthoe, [et al.]. 1724-1730. Octavo. Three works in one volume: [36], 206; [12]-112; 192 pp. The first work is the second edition, and the remaining two are both first editions. Contemporary full calf, all edges lightly stained red. Owner's signature in neat ink on the front pastedown. Binding is worn and dry, with the front board detached, else very good with moderate scattered soiling. Three uncommon works by Daniel Turner, a London-based physician, and member of the Barber-Surgeons' Company and the College of Physicians. He published numerous works on the diseases of the skin, venereal diseases, and surgical practice, many of which include important records of specific cases. In The Force of the Mother's Imagination upon her Foetus in Utero Turner argued against the current popular belief in the occurrence of maternal impressions, invariably negative, on the unborn child. All three works are very scarce in the trade. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        The Difference Between an Absolute and Limited Monarchy; As it more particularly regards the English Constitution . . . Published . . . By Sir John Fortescue [Aland] . . . now one of the Justices of the Court of King's-Bench. Third Edition

      London: Printed by W. Bowyer in White-Fryars, for E. Parker [etc.], 1724. Contemporary sprinkled calf, somewhat rubbed, but a good copy Presentation copy from the editor ("ex dono John Fortescue Aland") of the famed treatise of his ancestor, John Fortescue, "the earliest constitutional treatise written in the English language", written in the 1470's, but only first published in 1714

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        THE HISTORY OF THE REVOLUTIONS IN SPAIN, From the Decadence of the Roman Empire, and the First Foundation of the Monarchy, to the Renunciation of King Philip V. and the Accession of Lewis I to the Crown of Spain

      London, W. Mears and T. Edlin, 1724.. Including likewise the History of the late War. In three parts, divided into five volumes. Written in French. And approv'd by the Abbot Vertot. Made English from the Paris edition, and illustrated with notes, by Mr. Morgan. FIRST EDITION 1724, 5 volumes (actually 3 volumes divided into 5), complete set, 8vo, approximately 195 x 125 mm, 7¾ x 4¾ inches, decorative and pictorial head- and tailpieces and initials, general title page and title page to each volume printed red and black, pages: (11), xviii, i-viii, i-lxxvi, (10), 1-280 plus index, advert leaf facing general title; (14), 281-653 plus index; (10), 1-318; (6), 323-676 plus index; (8), 7-535 plus Table of Kings and index, bound in full antique mottled calf, raised bands to spine, gilt in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco title labels, Volumes 1-3 have green volume labels also, 4 and 5 have volume numbers in gilt, edges speckled red. Bindings rubbed and scuffed, worn at corners, upper and lower hinges cracked or partly cracked, covers holding firmly, spines rubbed with small chips to head and tail, gilt worn, armorial bookplate of Baron Ormathwaite on first pastedown of each volume, a small pale stain to 1 lower margin in Volume 5, otherwise a good clean set of a work which is rare in the English edition. This history of Spain covers the period from the 5th century to 1724. Histoire des revolutions d'Espagne was first published in The Hague by Jacob Stopp the same year as our translation, 1724. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Medulla historiae anglicanae : the ancient and present state of England. Being a compendious history of all its monarchs, from the time of Julius Caesar / written by Dr. Howell. And continued by an impartial hand .

      London : Printed for J. Knapton, R. Knaplock, J. and B. Sprint, D. Midwinter, W. Taylor, W. and J. Innys, J. Osborn, and R. Robinson, 1724 - Physical description. : 562 p. ; ill. ; 21 cm. Subject: Monarchy -- Great Britain - History -- Genealogy. Notes: Title page in red and black; illustrations depicting famous occurances associated with certain monarchs. Referenced by: ESTC, T149846. Notes: An alphabetical index of the principal matters at rear of book. A very good copy finely bound in modern binding. Slightest suggestion only of dust-dulling to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 1 Kg. 562 pp.

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        THE HISTORY OF THE REVOLUTIONS IN SPAIN, From the Decadence of the Roman Empire, and the First Foundation of the Monarchy, to the Renunciation of King Philip V. and the Accession of Lewis I to the Crown of Spain.

      London, W. Mears and T. Edlin, 1724.Including likewise the History of the late War. In three parts, divided into five volumes. Written in French. And approv'd by the Abbot Vertot. Made English from the Paris edition, and illustrated with notes, by Mr. Morgan. FIRST EDITION 1724, 5 volumes (actually 3 volumes divided into 5), complete set, 8vo, approximately 195 x 125 mm, 7¾ x 4¾ inches, decorative and pictorial head - and tailpieces and initials, general title page and title page to each volume printed red and black, pages: (11), xviii, i - viii, i - lxxvi, (10), 1 - 280 plus index, advert leaf facing general title; (14), 281 - 653 plus index; (10), 1 - 318; (6), 323 - 676 plus index; (8), 7 - 535 plus Table of Kings and index, bound in full antique mottled calf, raised bands to spine, gilt in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco title labels, Volumes 1 - 3 have green volume labels also, 4 and 5 have volume numbers in gilt, edges speckled red. Bindings rubbed and scuffed, worn at corners, upper and lower hinges cracked or partly cracked, covers holding firmly, spines rubbed with small chips to head and tail, gilt worn, armorial bookplate of Baron Ormathwaite on first pastedown of each volume, a small pale stain to 1 lower margin in Volume 5, otherwise a good clean set of a work which is rare in the English edition. This history of Spain covers the period from the 5th century to 1724. Histoire des revolutions d'Espagne was first published in The Hague by Jacob Stopp the same year as our translation, 1724. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Compleat Fisherman. The Compleat Fisherman. Being a large and Particular Account, of all the Several Ways of Fishing now practised in Europe; with abundance of curious Secrets and Niceties in the Art of Fishing, as well in the Sea, as in Lakes, Meers, Ponds, Rivers or Brooks; whether by Darts, Spears, Harpoons, Nets, Hook and Line, or any other way whatsover. More particularly calculated for the Sport of Angling. With directions for preparing the angle rods, lines, hooks, and baits, proper for every part of the sport respectively; and also for the angler's conduct in rightly applying them. Also, an account of all the principal rivers, lakes, &c. in England; and what kinds of fish are more especially found in them

      London: W. Mears at the Lamb without Temple-Bar, S. Tooke and B. Motte, 1724 - First Edition. 12mo. Folding engraved frontispiece, "fecit J.C.". [vi], .234 pp. Contemporary calf, some minor wear and darkening to spine, crisp copy. With 3 different bookplates of John Gerard Heckscher. Westwood and Satchell, p. 189 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The whole duty of man, laid down in a plain and familiar way for the use of all, but especially the meanest reader : Divided into XVII chapters. One whereof being read every Lord's Day, the whole may be read over thrice in the year.: . Necessary for all families. With private devotions for several occasions

      London : Printed by John Baskett, printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 1724 - With added engraved t.p.: "The whole duty of man necessary for all families. With private devotions for several occasions. Printed for John Baskett". Physical description vi-xxiv, 478; 12°.Title printed within double border; head-pieces; initials. 2 pages of advertisements at the end. Notes; Anonymous. By Richard Allestree. Subjects; Church of England - Prayers and devotions - Early works to 1800. Christian life - Early works to 1800. Christian ethics - Early works to 1800. Christians - Conduct of life - Early works to 1800. Devotional exercises - Early works to 1800. Referenced by: English Short Title Catalog, N25754. Very good copy in the original, full aniline calf. Professionally and period sympathetically re-backed with gilt cross-bands and the title blocked direct in gilt; very impressively finished. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 1 Kg. 445 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nieuwe en ongehoorde dog in de natuur welgegronde Queek-konst van Boomen, Heesters en Bloemgewassen. Ofte derselver algemeene vermeerdering.

      - Amsterdam, Andries van Damme, 1724. 2 parts (bound in one). Small-4to (197 x 150 mm). pp. (14), 208, with 2 engraved frontispieces and 34 mostly folded engraved plates. Contemporary vellum (upper joint cracking). Second Dutch edition. The first German edition appeared in Regensburg 1716-17 and was translated into French, Dutch and English. 'Last published in 1784, its 35 plates served as the principal illustrated fruit-tree propagation manual for many decades' (Janson, Pomona's Harvest p. 215). According to Hunt 'this was the first treatise on cuttings and graftings, and it made Agricola famous'. Some slight waterstaining.Bibl. Landbouwuniversiteit Wageningen, Special Coll. no. 7 (first edition). See Hunt 452. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      Boston: Printed by B. Green, for Nathaniel Belknap, 1724. - [2],x,xiv,239,[5]pp. 12mo. Modern calf, spine gilt with leather label. Titlepage soiled and worn; chips and tears at edges repaired; bottom gutter corner torn and repaired, affecting a few letters of the imprint text and border. Moderate dampstaining to first few pages; some light foxing and toning. A good copy. Cotton Mather's homage to his famed and prolific father, one of the most influential men in the history of colonial New England, who died the previous year. It constitutes the earliest extensive biography of Increase Mather, and gives important details of his religious and political activities in Massachusetts. Holmes describes the biography as an "eminently readable work." The book includes an early catalogue of Increase Mather's works. The errata notes that this title was the first work printed by Timothy Green, Junior (1703-63), at the time an apprentice in his uncle Bartholomew's shop and a member of the distinguished Boston printing family. This copy lacks the frontispiece portrait of Increase Mather, which is the second engraved portrait to be published in the British colonies. According to Holmes, the portrait was not originally published with the work and appears "to have been added to special copies, either at the time of publication, or since." HOLMES, COTTON MATHER 271. HOWES 393, "b." JCB (3)I:347. CHURCH 893. JONES 419. EVANS 2557. SABIN 46447.

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      Boston in N.E. Printed for Samuel Gerrish, and sold at his shop near the Brick meeting-house in Cornhill, 1724 - Second edition. 12mo., 4 p.l., 126 pp. Later red half morocco. Edward Wigglesworth, first Hollis Professor at Harvard, was the son of Michael Wigglesworth, author of The Day of Doom. In 1720 John Checkley was convicted and fined by the General Court for upholding the doctrines of the church of England against the teachings of the New England divines. The appearance of his "Modest Proof"--criticising principles, practices and interests too vital to be ignored--was most disturbing to the Mathers and other leaders, and Edward Wigglesworth was persuaded to write the above answer, to which Checkley in turn replied in his "Defence".Boston, 1724 (Sabin 12362). The whole Checkley controversy is reviewed in Slafter's "John Checkley", 2vols. Prince Society, 1897. This is the second edition, with an explaation of the additions and changes in the preface. Binding rubbed otherwise a fine copy bearing the bookplate of William G. Mather a direct descendant of Richard, Increase , Cotton and Samuel Mather. Sabin103904; Evans 2995 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Roüen Ville Capitale de Normandie [ Carte - Plan ]. A 15 degrez 45 minutes de Longitude et a 49 degrez 30 minutes de Latitude.

      Chez le Sr Danet 1724 - Carte gravée au format 60 x 46 cm, Chez le Sr Danet, Gendre de l'Auteur sur le Pont Notre Dame à la Sphère Royale, 1724, à l'échelle de 500 pas communs Belle carte gravée de Rouen (une très petite brûlure, bel état par ailleurs) Langue: Français [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Manner Of Raising, Ordering, and Improving Forest-Trees: With Directions how to Plant, Make, and Keep Woods, Walks, Avenues, Lawns, Hedges, &c.

      Eliz. Bell, John Darby, Arthur Bettesworth, et al, London 1724 - 273 [3] pages. 19.5 x 12 cm. Copper engraved frontispiece, four copper engraved folding plates at rear -- illustrations for avenues, walks and lawns. First published 1676. the author was gardener to the Earl of Essex. Also included are "Rules and Tables shewing how the Ingenious Planter may measure superficial Figures divide Woods or Land, and measure Timber and other solid Bodies, either by Arithmetick or Geometry: With the Uses of that excellent Line, the "Line of Numbers," by several new Examples and many other rules, useful for most Men." Modest, scattered toning, armorial bookplate. Contemporary cambridge style full morocco with rectangular cover panels decorated in blind, modern reback with raised bands and red leather spine label printed in gilt. Near fine

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        With the Roads, Rivers, Sea Coasts &c. Actually Surveyed. A New and Correct Mapp of Middlesex, Essex, and Hertfordshire

      London, 1724 - Large hand-coloured engraved map on seven sheets, dissected and mounted on linen, subscriber's coats-of-arms to borders, folding into red cloth slipcase, with publisher's label of James Wyld, rubbed. Following the commercial success of his maps of Northumberland (c1716) and Yorkshire (c1720), Warburton announced his intention to publish maps of all the counties in England and Wales, though in many cases combining several counties on one map. The marketing for his next map, (that of Middlesex, Essex and Hertfordshire) followed familiar lines and on 25th October 1720, Warburton announced that "Proposals are given out and Subscriptions taken in for Surveying and Publishing the Counties of Middlesex (cum London) Essex and Hertfordshire.which it is hoped will be as agreeable to the Nobility and Gentry that have Seats of Inheritance therein, as to those in the Counties already Survey'd, and that their Approbation of the Undertaking will be shown by a ready Compliance in sending their Coats of Arms and Subscription monies viz 16s 6p." By February 1723 Warburton was able to announce the progress of the surveys and the acceptance of over 300 subscribers for their coats-of-arms to be inserted on the map. A further announcement on 2nd November 1723 stated that the surveyor Paylor Smyth had completed his survey,though it was over a year before Warburton was able to announce the publication of the map which now included "in the margin 724 Coats of Arms, belonging to the Families that have Seats and Estates in the said Counties.The Price is Ten Shillings in Sheets, or Twelve Shillings and Sixpence if pasted on Cloth, and coloured."The announcement of the 724 coats of arms (the final production did in fact display 736), caused the immediate displeasure of the College of Heralds who attacked Warburton for the inaccuracy, even non-existence of some of the arms on the Northumberland and Yorkshire maps and even queried Warburton's right to publish arms without a proper authority "not having resided within the Herald's Office for about two Years last past". Despite the stated intention to map the whole country, Warburton carried out no further surveys, though he did announce in 1749 separate maps of Middlesex and Hertfordshire taken from the large survey, which were advertised to include borders of coats-of-arms but which never materialised in this state.The map itself is finely detailed and includes the divisions of the three counties and their hundreds and main roads, whilst the distances between the latter are indicated in miles and furlongs. Further detail includes woods, rivers, wind and water mills, battlefields, marshes and sandbanks. The most impressive feature, however, is the border of armorials of the subscribers, each one keyed to refer to his respective residence on the map. This feature had already appeared on earlier large-scale county surveys, for example Senex's map of Surrey, and had undoubtedly contributed to the success of Warburton's maps of Northumberland and Yorkshire. Whilst Warburton took by far the major part in the publication of the 3 counties map with Paylor Smyth doing the survey, Joseph Bland's part in the enterprise would appear to be limited to collecting subscriptions and the distribution of the published map. With over 700 subscribers it should have been a considerable commercial success. Aesthetically it was very pleasing due partly to the clarity of Samuel Parker's engraving (he was also responsible for the Yorkshire map) but mainly to its impressive size and multitude of armorials, all with references on the map. Each of the six topographical sheets, except sheet 2, contains coats-of-arms, the seventh sheet comprising three rows of armorials for pasting along the top of the map should it be displayed, as was intended, as a wall map. When shown in this way it is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular examples of eighteenth century English cartography ever produced. There were further editions by Thomas Bowles

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        A Display of Heraldry. The Sixth Edition. Improv'd with large Additions of many hundred Coats of Arms, under their respective Bearings, with good Authorities from the Ashmolean Library, Sir George Mackenzie, &c. With all his Tract of Precedency, containing all his Rules, Observations, Arguments and chief Instances. To which is added, A Treatise of Honour Military and Civil, According to the Laws and Customs of England. By Capt. John Logan. Also an Exact List of the Baronets, from their first Creation to this present Time; and most of their Arms Blazon'd. With an Account of the Customs, Government, and Privileges of the City of London, and the other Cities of England, and Shire-Towns of each County, and their Arms. Likewise a Supplement of S

      London: R. and J. Bonwicke and R. Wilkin, and J. Walthoe and Tho. Ward, 1724 - Folio (382 × 235 mm). Late 19th century half morocco, spine in compartments with gilt titles, raised bands, blind lozenges and gilt fleurons, brown cloth sides, edges stained red. A sturdy volume, somewhat knocked at the corners and with rubbing to the raised bands, leaves cockled but clean. Very good condition. Illustrated with the Arms, Crests, Supporters, and Motto's of the Royal Family, and Nobility: The Arms of the Sees of the English Bishops, and several of the Gentry, together with the proper Habits of the different Degrees of the Nobility of England, and the Emblems of the chief Orders of Knighthood in Europe; all fairly engraven on Copper Plates. Sixth and best edition, first published in 1610. This handsome Georgian folio is justly described by Lowndes as the "best edition" on account of the large number of additional illustrations.

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        Recueil d'emblêmes, devises, medailles, et figures hyeroglyphiques [.]

      Chez Claude Jombert 1724 - - Chez Claude Jombert, A Paris 1724, 3 parties en un Vol. In-8 (12x20cm), (2) 62p. (62pl.) (4) 16p. (153Pl.) 24p. (2) (17Pl.), relié. - Nouvelle édiiton, abondamment illustrée de 233 planches contenant de multiples figures, et d'un portrait de l'auteur en frontispice par Edelinck. Trois titres gravés. L'originale est parue en 1685, cette dernière semble avoir été augmentée. Plein Veau brun marbré. Dos lisse orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Un manque en tête. Mors fendu en tête (plat supérieur). Bon exemplaire. Ce type de recueil, composé d'emblèmes, de chiffres et d'allégories était destiné aux artistes. Un dictionnaire des figures allégoriques. 153 planches de chiffres, 62 planches d'emblèmes (multiples figures) et 17 planches pour les devises. (2) 62p. (62pl.) (4) 16p. (153Pl.) 24p. (2) (17Pl.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      - para ilustración de la Real cedula del señor Don Luis I de 14 de agosto de 1724. En Valencia, por Josef y Tomas de Orga, 1788, 16x22, 501p. CXXIIp. con el Apéndice y Colección de los documentos y notas. Trocito de papel roto en 1h. de índice, sin afectar al texto. Plena pasta española con tejuelo, cortes pintados. Buena conservación. GENEALOGIA (32637).

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        Voyage de Italie, de Dalmatie, de Grece et dulevant fait aux annés 1675-1676

      Amsterdam, Rutger Alberts 1724. - Book Description: Rutgert Alberts, The Haye, 1724. In 12avo, two vols, uniformy bound, tome 1: (9), 367, pp, whit engraved pictorial title by Rutgert Alberts, and one portrait by Jacob Spon. Title red & black, with 10 woodcut engraveds full pages, 7 woodcut foldings engraveds and three small engraveds. Tome 2: (2), 405, pp, whit engraved pictorial title by Rutgert Alberts, title red & black, one folding map, nine foldings engraveds, 5 engraved full pages and small engraved. Bindings in full calf, spine richly gilt.Ref Blackmer 313, Chahine 4613 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Oeuvres. Les Pseaumes - Les Bergeries

      Antoine Urbain Coustelier, Paris 1724 - Deux volumes in-12 (156 x 100 mm), maroquin rouge, dos lisse orné, triple filet or sur les plats, filet sur les coupes, tranches dorées sur marbrure (reliure d'époque). Orné d'un fleuron de titre et d'ornements de texte. Ex-Libris A.G. du Plessis, A. Perreau, Emile Henriot. Très bel exemplaire (malgré quelques menus défauts, dos légèrement passé, coins légèrement usés, rousseurs éparses). // Two 12o volumes (156 x 100 mm), red morocco, smooth spine tooled, triple gilt fillet borders on covers, fillet on turns-in, gilt edges (contemporary binding). Illustrated with a title floweret and some decorative bands in the text. Bookplates A.G. du Plessis, A. Perreau, Emile Henriot. Very nice copy (despite some minor defects, spine lightly faded, corners lightly used, scattered spots).

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        Arcus Ariminensis, Arc de Rimini (Rimini, Italy)

      The Hague, Rutgert Christophle Alberts 1724 - Arcus Ariminensis, Arc de Rimini (Rimini, Italy) Joan Blaeu (1596-1673) Illustrated plate from Nourveau Theatre d’Italie, our Dexcription Exacte de ses Villes, Palais, Eglises, Principaux Edifices, etc. (New Theater of Italy, or Description of its Towns, Palaces, Churches, Principal Buildings, etc.) The Hague, Rutgert Christophle Alberts: 1724 Hand-colored copperplate engraving Sheet size: 21 1/4" x 13" Arguably the most celebrated mapmaker and draftsman of the 17th century, Joan Blaeu was responsible for the splendid 11-volume Atlas Maior, published in Amsterdam in 1662. The Atlas Maior was such a symbol of status that it became the traditional state gift presented by the Dutch government, its prestige derived mainly from the remarkable standards of production involved. After the completion of the atlas, Blaeu turned his attention and considerable drawing talents to an equally sumptuous publication, this time devoted to views of Italian cities and monuments. For quality of draftsmanship, evgraving, beauty of ornament, typography and quality of paper, these images have never been equaled, with the possible exception of Piranesi’s views of Rome. Each is depicted with extreme technical precision, with great esthetic conern for composition. The engravings from Blaeu’s Theatre d’Italie illustrate the highest standard of accuracy and beauty, bearing witness to the excellent craftsmanship of engraver, printer and papermaker in Northern Europe during the Baroque era.

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      Publisher 1724 - Folio. [55] 534, 260 pp. Contemporary polished leather with pressed detail on front board. Rebacked. Modern leather spine. Six raised bands and seven compartments. Red spine label with gilt trim and lettering. Solid binding and cover. Foxing to edge. Quotation in pencil on inside front board. Small tear to title page, no loss. Interior pages are clean, unmarked and in excellent condition. Several copper plates throughout. One fold-out depiction of Christ Church, formerly Cardinal College in Oxford. Thomas Wosley was Cardinal during Henry VIII's reign. He had a great interest in architecture and founded King's School in Ipswich (a grammar school) and Cardinal College in Oxford. Wosley was arrested when he was unable to obtain an annulment for King Henry VIII's marriage to Catherine of Aragon, so that he could marry Anne Boleyn. Please see our pictures. Ships daily. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CARTE D'EUROPE Dressée pour l'Usage du ROY sur les Itineraires anciens et modernes et sur les Routiers de mer assujetis aux observations astronomiques

      Paris., 1724. Copper engraving. Original colour. Overall in good condition - some offsetting and dark patches to lower corner margins A few tears and repairs in lower margins. Size: 62 x 49.7 cm. Delisle was an important French cartographer of the early 18th century. He held the position of First Royal Geographer to the King. An interesting and detailed map of Europe with Iceland in top left corner and North Africa lower left. Parts of Arabia lower right and the Caspian Sea in the east. Scandanavia is centre top and the island of Crete centre bottom. Ornate carouche upper left corner. Atlas de Geographie.

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      1724 - 37 p., 824 p. + Indice, 17 grabados. Encuadernación en holandesa piel posterior. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Description de l'isle des Hermaphrodites nouvellement découverte. Contenant les moeurs, les coutumes et les ordonnances des habitans de cette isle, comme aussi le discours de Jacophile à Limne, avec quelques autres pièces curieuses. Pour servir de supplement au Journal de Henri III.

      Cologne chez les héritiers de Herman Demen 1724 - Petit in-8, 1 gravure en frontispice, 3 ff., 352 pp. Reliure pleine basane époque, dos à nerfs orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison.(présence d'une pièce de tomaison, Tom V, notre exemplaire devait être relié à la suite du Journal de Henri III). Cioranescu 64556. Gay I-866. Célèbre pamphlet dirigé contre Henri III et ses Mignons. Il est illustré d'un remarquable frontispice figurant Henri III avec une coiffure de femme, dans le cartouche : "Je ne suis male, ni femelle / Et si je suis bien en cervelle / Lequel des deux je dois choisir / Mais qu'importe à qui on ressamble / Il faut mieux les avoir ensemble / On en reçoit double plaisir". "Ce petit libelle descouvroit les moeurs et façons de faire impies et vicieuses de la Cour, faisant voir clairement que la France est maintenant le repaire et l'azille de tout vice, volupté et impudence. Le Roy le voulut voir, se le fit lire et encores qu'il le trouvast un peu livre et trop hardi il se contenta d'en apprendre le nom de l'auteur lequel il ne voulust qu'on recherchast, faisant conscience, disoit-il, de fascher un homme pour avoir dit la vérité" (Pierre de L'Estoile). Seconde édition, l'édition originale, très rare, date de 1605. Le texte fut imprimé dans la suite du Journal de Henri III. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        La Gracia Triunfante en la Vida de Catharina Tegakovita. India Iroquesa, y en las de Otras, assi de su Nacion, como de esta Nueva-Espana.parte Traducido De Francés En Español, De Lo Que Escrive El P. Francisco Colonec.

      Jofeph Bernardo de Hogal, Mexico 1724 - 16o. marquilla, 9hs y 246 pgs. Con 20 hojas: Protesta del Traductor, Parecer (de Juan Ignacio Castorena y Ursua), con 3 Puntos.Nombre de antiguo propietario en manuscrito en la portada Solo una hoja del indice, hasta el "Cap. XII". Con pequeños surcos de polilla en el margen externo, afecta poco el texto. Encuadernado en pergamino. Sin La Lámina. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Chirurgie, In welcher Alles, was zur Wund-Artzney gehöret. 2. Aufl. 3 Tle. in 1 Bd. Nürnberg, Hoffmann, 1724. 7 Bll., 856 (recte 846) S., 14 Bll. Mit gestoch. Porträt-Frontisp. u. 28 (davon 26 mehrfach gefalteten) Kupfertafeln. 4°. Hldr. d. Zt. m. RSch. (VDeckel lose).,

      1724 - 'Nach der neuesten und besten Art gründlich abgehandelt und in vielen Kupffer-Tafeln die neu erfundene und dienlichste Instrumenten, nebst den bequemsten Handgriffen der Chirurgischen Operationen und Bandagen deutlich vorgestellet werden' (Untertitel).- Hirsch/H. III, 141.- Beliebter chirurgisches Handbuch vom 'Begründer der wissenschaftlichen Chirurgie in Deutschland'.- Erste Lage lose, einige Tafeln verso mit Klebestreifen, diese teils etw. durchschlagend. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Les Poésies

      Imprimerie d'Antoine Urbain Coustelier, Paris 1724 - Deux parties en deux volumes in-12 (160 x 100 mm), maroquin rouge, dos lisse orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison maroquin beige, triple filet or sur les plats, filet sur les coupes, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées (reliure d'époque). Orné d'un fleuron de titre, de bandeaux et de lettres ornées. Ex-libris Liber Libro. Très bel exemplaire (malgré quelques menus frottements sur les coupes et les coins, et quelques rares rousseurs). // Two parts bound in two 12o volumes (160 x 100 mm), red morocco, smooth spine tooled, beige morocco labels, triple gilt fillet borders on covers, fillet on turns-in, dentelle inside, gilt edges (contemporary binding). Illustrated with a title floweret, heading vignettes and decorated letters. Bookplate Liber Libro. Very nice copy (despite some minor rubbings on turns-in and corners, and some rare spots).

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        Description de l’Isle des Hermaphrodites, nouvellement decouverte, contenant les moeurs, les coutumes & les ordonnances des habitans de cette Isle, comme aussi le Discours de Jacophile à Limne, avec quelques autres pieces curieuses. Pour servir de Supplement au Journal de Henri III.

      - Cologne, Heritiers de Herman Demen, 1724, 17,5 x 11 cm., plena piel deteriorada por la tapa posterior, frontis grabado + 3 h. incluso portada a dos tintas + 352 págs. (2ª edición de esta sátira que narra el viaje fantástico a la imaginaria isla de hermafroditas).

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        The Life of the Reverend Dr. John Barwick, D.D. Sometime fellow of St. John’s College in Cambridge; And immediately after the Restoration successively Dean of Durham, and St.Paul’s. Written in Latin by his brother, Dr. Peter Barwick. Translated into English by the Editor of the Latin Life. With some notes to illustrate the History, and a brief Account of the Author. To which is added, an Appendix of Letters from King Charles I. in his Confinement, and King Charles II and the Earl of Clarendon in their Exile. And other Papers relating to the History of that Time. Published from the Originals in St. John’s College Library.

      London: Printed by J. Bettenham, 1724 - First English Edition. Ex-library copy in recent fine binding. (24), 552, (40), plus the 2 frontis portraits. Frontis and title slightly browned, upper corner of title patched, with library stamps at its base, and more stamps on the verso. Small stamps also on the backs of the two portraits, and one or two in the text. Contents otherwise very clean. 22.5 x 13.5cms, all edges red. In recent tan half calf with delicately marbled boards: spine with 5 raised bands ruled in gilt, and red lettering-piece. A very attractive copy (with the possible added interest of the library stamps). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Oeuvres en vers de Mr Boileau Despreaux avec des eclaircissemens historiques donnez par lui-même. Complet en 4 tomes

      Fabri et Barrillot, Genève 1724 - Nouvelle édition revue et corrigée exactement. 4 volumes grand in-12 plein-veau tabac d'époque. Dos à 5 nerfs richement ornés, pièces de titre rouges.Toutes tranches rouges. Ex-libris manuscrits en contre-plats. Frises, culs de lampe. Intérieurs purs. Tome 1 : Coins et coupes usés, galeries de vers en premier plat et mors ; coiffes fendues. Portrait en frontispice. XLVII pp. : Avertissement de l'éditeur - Préface de l'auteur - Eloge de Mr Despreaux - Table des pièces contenues en ce premier tome + 288pp.: Satyre) - Tome 2 : Coins usés, galeries de vers en 4ème plat et mors ; coiffes inexistantes. 487pp. Gravures hors texte. Epitres, Art poétique, Lutrin, Odes, Sonnets, Epigrammes, Poésies latines, Poésies - Tome 3 : Coins usés, passage de vers en mors, coiffes usées. Premier plat : mors fendu en tête. 462pp. Traité du Sublime, Réflexions critiques. - Tome 4 : Coins et coiffes usés ; passage de vers en mors. 438pp. Lettres, Préfaces diverses. Bel ensemble. Rare dans ce format. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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